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Ateneo wins Malaysia ABP

Ateneo wins Malaysia ABPThe winners of the Asian British Parliamentary Championship 2020 in Malaysia are Ateneo 1 (Mikko Vitug, Ignaceo Villareal). They won the grand final out of Closing Opposition, speaking against  UPD 2 (Alia Yao, Clarice Tee) in Opening Government, NUS 1 (Tao En Qi, Shaun Lee) in Opening Opposition), and Taylor's 1 (Har Naveenjeet Singh, Ploopy) in Closing Government. The final was chaired by Piali Bopanno. Judging with them were Boby Andika Ruitang, Connor O'Brien, Dominic, EnTing Lee, Erica Liu, Fardeen Ameen, Taha Iqbal, Udai Kamanth. The motion read "TH, as the feminist movement, would advocate for aggressive government intervention to counteract behaviours which the feminist movement determines are ...
Oct 21st, 2020 | By | Category: international, Turniere | Comments Off on Ateneo wins Malaysia ABP

First Saxony-Anhalt Derby

Die Neulinge der sachsen-anhaltinischen Debattierclubs in Magdeburg und Halle (Foto: Miriam Hauft)Debaters of Saxony-Anhalt competed in the first Saxony-Anhalt Derby. Read the German version to learn which society defeated the other.
Dec 8th, 2011 | By | Category: Themen, Turniere | Comments Off on First Saxony-Anhalt Derby

New executive board in Heidelberg

New executive board for Debating Club Heidelberg: President is now Till Kroeger who replaces Maike Jung. Till's deputy is Kristina Seebacher, Jennifer Marlene Holm serves as treasurer. Together with Daniel Sommer, they form the org comm for the German Debating Championship to be held in Heidelberg in June. ...
Mar 2nd, 2011 | By | Category: News of debating clubs | Comments Off on New executive board in Heidelberg

CAs for German Debating Championship 2011 announced

The Debating Club Heidelberg announced the German Debating Championship's complete CA team.  Former VDCH-president and Western German Champion of 2008 Tim Richter from the Debattierclub Bonn will join the already announced Chief adjudicators Gudrun Lux (Debattierclub Bonn), Jan Lüken (WFI Debattierclub Ingolstadt) and Marcus Ewald (DCJG Mainz). The German debating Championship will be staged in Heidelberg from 9 to 12 June 2011. Format will be OPD, the open parliamentary debate widely spread in the German speaking debating circuit. The Debating Club Heidelberg, then German debating champion in 2004, will now be host to Germany’s largest tournament. The ZEIT ...
Nov 25th, 2010 | By | Category: Turniere, VDCH | Comments Off on CAs for German Debating Championship 2011 announced

Review on BaWü 2010

Review on BaWü 2010 Heidelberg is going to be stage to the German Debating Championship (DDM) 2011, so many debaters in Germany see the Baden-Württembergian Open (BaWü) 2010 as a kind of dress rehearsal for DDM 2011. But superstitious minds in Germany have it that traditionally the dress rehearsal has to be a terrible disaster – if the real event shall be fine. However, neither the grouches nor the superstitious could find anything to mock about at BaWü 2010 last weekend. After Maike Jung, Jenny Holm and Kristina Seebacher organized the whole event smoothly, our reporter Gudrun Lux is really afraid that DDM 2011 ...
Nov 23rd, 2010 | By | Category: Themen, Turniere | mit 7 Kommentaren

Baden-Württemberg is looking for her debating champion

For the Baden-Württembergian Championship (BaWü), teams from Freiburg, Karlsruhe, Tübingen and Stuttgart flock to Heidelberg. But since BaWü is an open competition, teams from Bayreuth, Frankfurt/Main, Göttingen, Jena, Mainz, München and St. Gallen followed the invitation of Debating Club Heidelberg (DCH) - 21 teams are going to be fighting for the championship. The format will be Offene Parlamentarische Debatte, a set of debating rules widely spread in Germany, espacially in the South. Sunday might see two winning teams: Only teams from the federal state of Baden-Württemberg are eligible for the title BaWü champion, but any team may win ...
Nov 18th, 2010 | By | Category: Turniere | Comments Off on Baden-Württemberg is looking for her debating champion

Professors let lower down the train station – Third Ilmenau campus debate

The professors claimed the victory of the show debate organized by the Wortkombinat Ilmenau on Tuesday, 2nd November. The audience decided upon the winners and the losers. About 60 guests enjoyed the debate in Wartburg style and gave their vote through thunderous applause. Also the motion "Should the Ilmenau train station be lowered under the ground?“ was decided upon by the audience. The teacher fraction was consisting of the professors Karlheinz Brandenburg, director of the faculty of Elektronische Medientechnik and director of  Fraunhofer Institute of Digitale Medientechnologie, Wolfgang Schweiger, director of Public Relations & Technikkommunikation and Jeffrey Wimmer, assistant professor of ...
Nov 7th, 2010 | By | Category: News of debating clubs | Comments Off on Professors let lower down the train station – Third Ilmenau campus debate

Europa an erster Stelle – Zum fünften Mal lud der Debating Club Heidelberg zur Schulmeisterschaft

Europa an erster Stelle - Zum fünften Mal lud der Debating Club Heidelberg zur SchulmeisterschaftBereits zum fünften Mal veranstaltete der Debating Club Heidelberg (DCH) am vergangenen Montag die Schulmeisterschaft im Debattieren der Metropolregion Rhein-Neckar. In diesem Jahr traten Schülerinnen und Schüler im Alter von 15 bis 18 Jahren des Helmholtz Gymnasiums Heidelberg, des Johann Sebastian Bach Gymnasiums Mannheim, und des Theodor Heuss Gymnasiums Ludwigshafen, gegeneinander an. Ermöglicht wurde die Veranstaltung durch die Unterstützung der Heidelberger Außenstelle der Landeszentrale für politische Bildung (LpB) Baden-Württemberg, der Stadt Heidelberg, der Europa Union Heidelberg sowie der Europabeauftragten der Städte Heidelberg, Mannheim und Ludwigshafen. Bei den Schulmeisterschaften des DCH ...
May 13th, 2010 | By | Category: News of debating clubs | Comments Off on Europa an erster Stelle – Zum fünften Mal lud der Debating Club Heidelberg zur Schulmeisterschaft

Der Debating Club Heidelberg hat einen neuen Vorstand

Drei junge Frauen stehen dem Debating Club Heidelberg (DCH) seit 27. April vor. Die Mitgliederversammung des Vereins wählte die bisherige stellvertretende Vorsitzende Maike Jung zur Ersten Vorsitzenden. An ihrer Seite steht zukünftig die frischgebackene Süddeutsche Vizemeisterin Kristina Seebacher als Zweite Vorsitzende. Gemeinsam mit ihnen wird Jennifer Holm als Schatzmeisterin den Club leiten. Der DCH dankte den scheidenden Vorstandsmitgliedern Yin Cai und Stefan Bräumer für ihre hervorragende Arbeit im vergangenen Jahr. Dem neuen Vorstand herzlichen Glückwunsch! Viel Erfolg bei der Arbeit für den DCH, die Baden-Württembergische Meisterschaft 2010 und das Debattieren!
Apr 28th, 2010 | By | Category: News of debating clubs | Comments Off on Der Debating Club Heidelberg hat einen neuen Vorstand

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